• India
    This is an excerpt from Teaching About India: A South Asia Curriculum, by Hazel Sarah Greenburg, The American Forum for Global Education Women in India: How Much Have Their Lives Changed Since Independence? ➢ The role of women in India...
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    -communication Day Anti-terrorism Day Commonwealth Day No-Tobacco Day JUNE World Environment Day JULY Doctors’ Day World Population Day AUGUST Breast Feeding Week Hiroshima Day Nagasaki Day Quit India Day Independence Day National Sports Day SEPTEMBER Teachers’ Day © THE RAMAN’S BOOKS 8 International...
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  • History of India
    had assumed political control over virtually all of India. Indian armed forces in the British army played a vital role in both the World Wars. Nonviolent resistance to British colonialism led, by Mohandas Gandhi, Vallabhbhai Patel and Jawaharlal Nehru brought independence in 1947. The subcontinent was...
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  • Singapore Media by Ang Peng Hwa
    consists of 75 percent Chinese, 14 percent Malays, 8.8 percent Indians and 2.2 percent others, the dominant working language is English (Singapore Department of Statistic, 2006a). Because of historic reasons, Chinese, Malay and Tamil are also recognized as official languages and so literature and...
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    challenged people. Ms. J. Jayalalitha, Honourable Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, presented the award to the company at a simple function here on the occasion of the occasion of Independence Day. The Company employs 88 people with hearing and speaking disability, who work as “Special Inspectors...
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  • General Knowledge
    hostage for seven days. Kanya Kumari : in Tamil Nadu, famous temple (the Virgin Goddess) situated at Cape Comorin on the extreme southern tip of India where the Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea, and the Indian Ocean meet; a picturesque spot. Vivekananda Rock Memorial Buddha. Kapilavastu : small...
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    language daily in India. The daily is published from Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. The cartoon strips featuring on the cover page and inside pages of the newspaper are its main characteristic. It is the largest circulated daily in Hyderabad. Some of the regional newspapers published in Chennai are...
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  • Fight Between Right to Privacy and Right to Know
    damages for intruding in his privacy and no more. In R. Rajagopal Vs. State of Tamil Nadu (1994), the Supreme Court held that the right to privacy is a right to be let alone. None can publish anything concerning the above matters without his consent, whether truthful or otherwise. If he does so, he...
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  • Indian Companies in Africa
    temporary restriction on foreign trade for a period of 180 days, any period beyond that would need the permission of the federal government. INDIA SAYS ITS PROVINCES SHOULD NOT STOP SRI LANKA TRADE NEW DELHI: India's federal government today formally told the provincial government of Tamil Nadu...
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    , and direct most of the cultural and linguistic movements in the following centuries. Panini’s great influence standardized S language firmly. The later forms of speech like the Prakrits (Pali and the rest) were taken up by the heterodox sects, the Buddhists and the Jains and their teachers, who...
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  • Marathi Press India
    Gujarati, Hindi, Urdu, Sindhi, Tamil and Malayalam are published here. Marathi journalism, on the other hand, first flowered in Pune under the renowned patriot Bal Gangadhar Tilak (1857-1920) in the 1880s, and Marathi's dowager daily, Sakal, began in Pune in 1932, another product of nationalist...
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  • World Wars
    solution and devolution of power.[43] Pro Tamil groups advocating independence for Tamil areas of Sri Lanka continue to run websites and radio telecasts.[44] Since May 19, 2009 Tamil Eelam has ceased to exist as a physical entity but remains as political aspiration among sections of the Sri Lankan Tamil...
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  • Sociolinguistics
    symbol and pride of an independent nation. In Malaysia, Bahasa Malaysia is our national and serves as the main language besides other languages such as English, Mandarin, Cantonese and Tamil. Language planning was an activity undertaken by the Malaysian government after our Independence in 1957 with...
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  • Jainism
    its own efforts._ _Navakar Mantra is the fundamental prayer in Jainism and can be recited at any time of the day. Praying by reciting this mantra, the devotee bows with respect to liberated souls still in human form (Arihantas), fully liberated souls (Siddhas), spiritual leaders (Acharyas...
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  • Is Multilinguism Inherently Unstable?
    Sinhalese government and Tamil Tiger rebels who want an independent homeland in the north and east. In the decades after independence, Tamils politicians pushed for a federal system through the Tamil Federal Party. The concept of a separate nation, Tamil Eelam, was proposed by the Tamil United Liberation...
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  • Transgenders
    in a few hours, so Krishna assumes the form of a beautiful woman called Mohini and marries him. In South India, hijras claim Aravan as their progenitor and call themselves "aravanis."[27] In Tamil Nadu each year in April and May, hijras celebrate an eighteen-day religious festival. The aravani...
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  • Malaysia
    speech, because our country is a democracy country. If we look at in terms of educational institutions in our country does not inhibit any of the schools teach other languages not only that in Malaysia there are also national-type schools, such as Chinese and Tamil. Malaysian people are free to practice...
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  • Fun Learning
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  • Political Parties in India
    January 1930 was declared as "Poorna Swaraj Diwas," Independence Day although the British remained in India a number of years longer. It was to commemorate this date particularly that The Indian Constitution was formally adopted on 26 January 1950 (even though it was passed on 26 November 1949).However...
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  • India
    India, and Islam and Christianity enjoy a strong cultural heritage. Colonized in the British Empire in the nineteenth century, India gained independence in 1947 as a unified nation after an intensive struggle for independence. With over one billion people, it is the second most populous country in...
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